Movies on Black Panther: Wakanda Forever moves to MIT, and a new set of videos provides an intriguing look at a car chase that may involve Dora Milaje.
An exciting car chase explodes through the streets around MIT in a new set of video from Black Panther: Wakanda Forever. Filming for the highly anticipated Marvel sequel began in late June, and fans have been eagerly awaiting new details about the project. Black Panther 2 continues in the wake of star Chadwick Boseman’s passing last year; the film does not plan to rework him or recreate him with CGI. Instead, author-director Ryan Coogler reshaped the story of Black Panther 2 to honor Boseman’s legacy.
As a result, little is known about the action of Black Panther 2. The film is expected to explore Wakanda’s world and its many characters further. Much of the cast from the first Black Panther returns to this latest installment, including Lupita Nyong’o, Letitia Wright, Danai Gurira, Winston Duke, Martin Freeman and Angela Bassett. Newcomers are joining Black Panther the family includes Michaela Coel and Tenoch Huerta. In addition, MCU’s Riri Williams (Dominique Thorne) makes her film debut.
That Black Panther 2 production has moved to MIT for the time being, and a new set of video offers a look at a car chase taking place there. Shared online by The Marvel network, the video reveals a red car and a motorcycle turning a corner and driving down the street. According to the account, sources say Dora Milaje is the ones in the vehicles. Check it out below.
The first Black Panther offered a memorable car chase through the streets of Busan, South Korea, so it will be interesting to see if Wakanda Forever‘s manages to surpass it in terms of suspense and originality. If Dora Milaje is really involved, it could be that the film’s central conflict sees the elite warriors actively pursuing the main villain. Black Panther 2‘s primary antagonist is still a mystery, though many have speculated about it Namor Sub-Mariner could join the franchise.
Black Panther 2 is currently slated for release in July 2022, and there are still more Marvel movies expected to arrive before then. Therefore, it will take some time before further information about the film emerges. The biggest question regarding Black Panther 2 is still how Coogler chooses to deal with Boseman’s passing; an earlier set of video suggested it T’Challa has passed away when the movie begins, or at least near the beginning of it. Though Black Panther 2 will certainly be a respectful tribute to Boseman’s legacy, it’s clear there will be more to it. Stay tuned for future updates on Wakanda’s next adventure on the big screen.
Source: The Marvel network/ Twitter
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